Bali Island (Gods Island)

On November 29th, 2010 by Admin | 2 Comments | Posted in Coastal Tourism, Nature Tourism

Bali is one island in Indonesia, located between Java and Lombok Island. The total area of Bali Province is 5636.66 km2 or 0.29% total area of the Republic of Indonesia. Bali Province is administratively divided into 9 regencies (Badung, Bangli, Buleleng, Gianyar, Jembrana, Karangasem, Klungkung, Tabanan, Denpasar), 55 districts and 701 villages. The majority of Balinese are Hindu.

Island of Bali is part of the Lesser Sunda Islands along the width of 153 km and 112 km approximately 3.2 km from the island of Java. Astronomically, Bali is located at 8 ° 25’23 “south latitude and 115 ° 14’55” East Latitude makes Bali like other parts of Indonesia which have a tropical climate. Province of Bali has 4 pieces of the lake which is located in mountainous areas are: Lake Beratan, Lake Buyan, Lake Tamblingan and Lake Batur.

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Losari Beach Hotel in Makassar

On November 28th, 2010 by Admin | 1 Comment | Posted in Hotels

Losari Beach Hotel is situated over the Makassar coastline, on the beautiful Losari Beach. Located at the central business and entertainment district on the sea side, Losari Beach Hotel offers great service for our guests and features a panoramic view of the beach that is viewable from the guest rooms. Its ideal location affords our customers approximately a five-minute walk from the harbor, a twenty-minute drive from the airport, ten minutes walk from Fort Rotterdam museum, central post office, money changer, souvenir shop and bank.

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Rujak Cingur, Surabaya Traditional Food

On November 28th, 2010 by Admin | 2 Comments | Posted in Culinary Tours

Rujak Cingur is one of the traditional food in Surabaya, East Java. Rujak Cingur usually consists of several kinds of sliced fruits such as cucumbers, krai (a type of cucumber typical of East Java), bengkoang, young mango, pineapple, and added rice cake, tofu, tempe, cingur, bendoyo and vegetables such as seedling / sprouts , swamp cabbage and long beans. All ingredients were mixed with the sauce made from shrimp paste, boiled water, brown sugar, chili pepper, fried peanuts, fried onions, salt and thinly sliced of green beans young bananas. All the sauces / seasonings are mixed in crushed.

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The Beauty Of The Underwater In Raja Ampat

On November 28th, 2010 by Admin | No Comments | Posted in Coastal Tourism, Nature Tourism, Special Tours

Who says in the Papua nothing spectacular marine tourism object? So far, Papua better known simply exotic culture and natural resources are abundant. However, come to Raja Ampat, and enjoy the beauty of the coral reef, complete with captivating marine life and marine scenery impressive.

Nothing wrong when the then Miss Indonesia 2005 Nadine Chandrawinata expressed his admiration for the region after the dive, feeling the grain panoramic underwater Raja Ampat are very alluring. Snorkeling and diving enthusiasts are guaranteed not to be disappointed. Instead, they would be called to come and come again.

Raja Ampat is a fraction Sorong, since 2003. District has a population of 31 thousand souls has 610 islands (only 35 islands are inhabited) with a total area of about 46,000 km2, but only 6,000 km2 of land, 40,000 km2 in the sea.

The islands are unspoiled and the sea is still beautiful to make direct tourists hooked. The archipelago is located in northwest New Guinea bird’s head, with approximately 1500 small islands and 4 major islands, namely Misol, Salawati, Bantata and Waigeo. This then makes the Raja Ampat’s largest marine park in Indonesia.

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The Great Mosque in Central Java

On November 26th, 2010 by Zaenal Arifin | 2 Comments | Posted in Religion Tourism

Central Java Grand Mosque which is famous for its architectural beauty and splendor. Located in Jalan Gajah Raya, precisely in the Village Sambirejo, Gayamsari District, the city of Semarang. Phenomenal Mosque which was inaugurated by President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono on November 14, 2006, was built in 2001 and can accommodate no less than 15 thousand people. When inaugurated, the President signed the stone inscriptions as high as 3.2 m and weighing 7.8 tons, located in front of the mosque. The inscription is made of natural stone that comes from the slopes of Mount Merapi.

Mosque complex consists of an area of 7669 m2 main building and courtyard area of 7,500 m2. Unique blend of Javanese architecture, the Middle East and Rome reflected slick from the mosque which is also the attractions of integrated educational, religious, educational centers, and centers of Islamic syiar activity. Just look at the ornaments on the bottom of the pole mosque use motif like tumpal, untu walang, kawung, and machete.

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